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    Post by Gregoriouse The Great on Sat Sep 07, 2013 7:09 pm

    Did you start on this site or were you introduced to MBTI elsewhere?


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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by Ckyle7 on Sat Sep 07, 2013 7:11 pm

    Musikaman wrote:Yeah, I've actually been registered on that site 3 years or so.

    Haha I had similar stats but the intelligence types were a little different..

    85 - Naturalist
    80 - Interpersonal
    75 - Visual/Spatial
    75 - Musical
    75 - Verbal/Linguistic
    55 - Intrapersonal
    40 - Bodily Kinaesthetic
    25 - Logical/ Mathematical


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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by Arcea-Drakkarre on Sat Sep 07, 2013 7:28 pm

    My results are:

    Naturalist - 85%
    Visual/Spacial - 80%
    Bodily Kinesthetic - 65%
    Logical/Mathmatical - 65%
    Musical - 65%
    Interpersonal - 65%
    Verbal/Linguistic - 55%
    Interpersonal - 50%
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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by Musikaman on Sat Sep 07, 2013 7:30 pm

    Gregoriouse The Great wrote:Did you start on this site or were you introduced to MBTI elsewhere?
    I actually took the big paid for test about 7-8 years ago. I've done a few of the ones around the web since then and nothing seems to have changed.
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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by aammondd on Sat Sep 07, 2013 8:19 pm

    Logical/Mathematical 90%
    Verbal/Linguistic 80%
    Naturalist 75%
    Bodily/Kinesthetic 70%
    Interpersonal 65%
    Visual/Spatial 60%
    Intrapersonal 55%
    Musical 45%
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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by Gregoriouse The Great on Sun Sep 08, 2013 1:25 am

    Musikaman wrote:
    Gregoriouse The Great wrote:Did you start on this site or were you introduced to MBTI elsewhere?
    I actually took the big paid for test about 7-8 years ago. I've done a few of the ones around the web since then and nothing seems to have changed.
    I did the formal version as well. My school picked up the tab. I've studied it a lot off and on ever since.


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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by Musikaman on Sun Sep 08, 2013 1:56 am

    Gregoriouse The Great wrote:
    Musikaman wrote:
    Gregoriouse The Great wrote:Did you start on this site or were you introduced to MBTI elsewhere?
    I actually took the big paid for test about 7-8 years ago. I've done a few of the ones around the web since then and nothing seems to have changed.
    I did the formal version as well. My school picked up the tab. I've studied it a lot off and on ever since.
    Yeah, there's a fair amount of bunk to the MBTI, but I still find it useful as an overall guide to different people.
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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by Seraph on Sun Sep 08, 2013 5:59 pm

    MBTI typing is today's hipster horoscope.

    INTJ
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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by Musikaman on Sun Sep 08, 2013 6:00 pm

    Seraph wrote:MBTI typing is today's hipster horoscope.

    INTJ
    Yeah, I knew that one. It's interesting to me how many NTs and NFs PI and it's branches contained.
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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by Gregoriouse The Great on Mon Sep 09, 2013 2:42 am

    Seraph wrote:MBTI typing is today's hipster horoscope.

    INTJ
    I've seen some results on some of the online exams that are a bit closer to forer effect (horoscope etc). However, MBTI actually has a lot of research to it. I personally have a large stack of research journals. It also has been around for quite a while now. On top of that MBTI isn't the only group that researches it, David Kiersy has a been researching it for decades now as well as several other various research teams. What I think of it personally is, while its definitely a big, prominent part of personality, its is still nonetheless just part of the picture. The reality is, we don't know if we will ever be able to know all the dimensions of personality. This as well as other personality measurements, like the big 5 aren't a bad take on it though.

    Musikaman wrote:
    Seraph wrote:MBTI typing is today's hipster horoscope.

    INTJ
    Yeah, I knew that one. It's interesting to me how many NTs and NFs PI and it's branches contained.
    On that note, intuitive and introverts tend to read more in general. Likewise IN usually results in a though reader, however on their own they both correlate with a higher frequency in readers. I have research on that in my journals... as a matter of fact lol


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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by _-Scarlett-_ on Mon Sep 09, 2013 10:48 am

    I am ITSJ

    Musical 90%
    Naturalist 85%
    Verbal/Linguistic 85%
    Logical/Mathmatical 80%
    Bodily/Kinesthetic 70%
    Intrapersonal 65%
    Visual/Spacial 55%
    Interpersonal 55%
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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by aammondd on Mon Sep 09, 2013 2:11 pm

    Extraverted 47% Introverted   53%
    Sensing  26% INtuition  74%
    Thinking 63% Feeling 37%
    Judging 63% Perceiving 37%

    I think in the right settings I tend toward more ENFJ and INFJ but I would agree with the INTJ assessment.
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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by talonnolan on Tue Sep 10, 2013 10:11 pm

    ISTJ
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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by Musikaman on Tue Sep 10, 2013 10:12 pm

    talonnolan wrote:ISTJ
    He's MY protector! MINE!
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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by Seraph on Fri Sep 13, 2013 3:49 am

    Gregoriouse The Great wrote:
    Seraph wrote:MBTI typing is today's hipster horoscope.

    INTJ
    I've seen some results on some of the online exams that are a bit closer to forer effect (horoscope etc). However, MBTI actually has a lot of research to it. I personally have a large stack of research journals. It also has been around for quite a while now. On top of that MBTI isn't the only group that researches it, David Kiersy has a been researching it for decades now as well as several other various research teams. What I think of it personally is, while its definitely a big, prominent part of personality, its is still nonetheless just part of the picture. The reality is, we don't know if we will ever be able to know all the dimensions of personality. This as well as other personality measurements, like the big 5 aren't a bad take on it though.

    Musikaman wrote:
    Seraph wrote:MBTI typing is today's hipster horoscope.

    INTJ
    Yeah, I knew that one. It's interesting to me how many NTs and NFs PI and it's branches contained.
    On that note, intuitive and introverts tend to read more in general. Likewise IN usually results in a though reader, however on their own they both correlate with a higher frequency in readers. I have research on that in my journals... as a matter of fact lol
    http://www.reddit.com/r/intj/comments/18e85z/new_subscribers_to_this_sub_please_learn_the/
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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by Musikaman on Fri Sep 13, 2013 8:37 am

    Yeah, I've actually read a lot of this and watched many videos already. I only have one gripe with them at all, and that's that stereotypes do work. They're a shortcut, surely, but not entirely worthless, and it's nice to be able to quantify some of the things I see in people against a structured system, if only for quick reference.

    This was my favorite video from that link... does my bouncing annoy you, Seraph? bounce 

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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by Gregoriouse The Great on Sun Sep 15, 2013 2:05 am

    The one part that I actually do have a bit of objection too is actually the functions part. A lot of it doesn't add up, at least not in contrast to the initial letters. I make a point to note though, the functions are an idea about an idea. Because one part doesn't add up doesn't make it all or nothing. I think functions could be onto something but the biggest issue is it lacks research (though there is research done about functions that assumes that it is accurate). I think it really just needs to be, frankly researched and written. For example Ti is "dominant" for INTP and ISTP. It does make sense with INTP but tagging it onto an ISTP it looks a lot more horoscope-like. Some of it adds up but its not the whole picture. Yet, it does seem to fit a lot better with INTJ as a "dominant" function. Though, being an INTP, I suppose I could very well be wrong. Likewise, research could shed light on the topic.


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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by Trelane on Mon Sep 16, 2013 12:32 pm

    Finally broke down and took the test (both of them actually)

    Came out as: ISTP The "Craftsman"

    Multi Intelligence:
    Visual/Spatial: 80
    Musical: 70
    Verbal/Linguist: 70
    Logical/Mathmatical:65
    Bodily/Kinesthetic: 55
    Naturalist: 45
    Interpersonal: 45
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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by Gregoriouse The Great on Wed Sep 18, 2013 9:25 pm

    it takes a break down to take a test?


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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by FreeWill on Fri Nov 01, 2013 10:30 am

    I took this test and I got the same result as I usually get on these test.

    ENJT

    My percentages were:

    Extraverted 95%

    Intuition 79%

    Thinking 63%

    Judging 53%

    I had to take multiple personality and temperament as well as a battery of psychological test prior to entering the (as Musikaman calls it) "the snake oil sales business"Smile  (ministry) and continue to take them every 3 years. I still find it interesting to learn about how my personality works.






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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by GeneralBensGirl on Fri Nov 22, 2013 10:09 am

    I am an INFJ..and it says this is a rare personality, only 1% of the population have it. Neatoooo..and the description is dead on! Awesome!
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    Re: MBTI personality type

    Post by Gregoriouse The Great on Wed Feb 12, 2014 12:54 am

    Seems like a lot of INXJs come around here. No wonder the debates got so wild back in the day! lol


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